$40 Off $300+ at Hotels.com

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There’s a limited-time offer to save $40 when you spend $300+ at hotels.com and pay using PayPal and promotion code “PAYPALUS40“.

You must book by June 30, 2016, for hotel stays through November 30, 2016.  And there are important restrictions!

40 Off 300 At Hotels.com

Use Promotion Code “PAYPALUS40” on Hotels.com to Save $40 on a Night at the Colorful Georgian Hotel in Santa Monica, California

The coupon is only valid for limited number of bookings, so act quickly if you want to take advantage of this deal!

What’s the Deal?

Link:   Hotels.com

Link:   Hotels.com $40 off $300+ Terms & Conditions

You can save $40 when you spend $300+ at hotels.com by applying promotion code “PAYPALUS40” and paying with PayPal.

You can use the promotion code on up to 5 new bookings.  But you will not qualify for the promotion if you:

  • Book at non-participating hotels
  • Book on hotels.com and pay at the hotel
  • Book package bookings like hotel + flight
  • Pay in a foreign currency

You also will not be able to collect hotels.com reward nights when you apply the promotion code.

Note that the non-participating hotel list includes most major hotel chains like IHG, Marriott, and Starwood.

This deal could make sense if you’re looking to stay at a non-chain hotel.

To earn more savings, consider making your booking through a cash back portal like TopCashBack.  Right now, you can earn 7% cash back when you book on hotels.com.

Let me know if you take advantage of this deal!

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